Week 17 TE Fantasy Football Rankings
This week’s Week 17 TE Fantasy Football Rankings doesn’t really offer anything new compared to the past weeks. If you have to play in your championship this weekend, you lucked out since the Falcons are the only team that has everything locked up in terms of home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. The bad news is if you are a Tony Gonzalez owner, you might want to start thinking about other options. I am sure the Falcons plan to play their starters as much as possible, but there is no reason to play them all four quarters, even if they say they will “play to win.” As you can see, I have Gonzo ranked, but not as high as he normally would with his role pretty much unknown. If the Falcons are up by a lot early against the Buccaneers, Mike Smith could yank his starters.
Also, make sure to check the rankings again between now and Friday to see if anyone has moved up or down due to latest news and injuries.
RANK PLAYER TEAM OPPONENT NOTES
1. Jason Witten Dallas @ Washington This should be a great game with the NFC East on the line.
2. Aaron Hernandez New England vs. Miami 3. Jimmy Graham New Orleans vs. Carolina Leads the league in drops with 13, but it's still hard to push him down any farther.
4. Owen Daniels Houston @ Indianapolis 5. Greg Olsen Carolina @ New Orleans 6. Antonio Gates San Diego vs. Oakland Hate ranking him this high, but he could surprise.
7. Dennis Pitta Baltimore @ Cincinnati 8. Martellus Bennett New York Giants vs. Philadelphia 9. Tony Gonzalez Atlanta vs. Tampa Bay Proceed with extreme caution.
10. Jermaine Gresham Cincinnati vs. Baltimore 11. Kyle Rudolph Minnesota vs. Green Bay 12. Marcedes Lewis Jacksonville @ Tennessee 13. Tony Scheffler Detroit vs. Chicago 14. Jermichael Finley Green Bay @ Minnesota 15. Brandon Myers Oakland @ San Diego 16. Brent Celek Philadelphia @ New York Giants 17. Ben Watson Cleveland @ Pittsburgh 18. Jacob Tamme Denver vs. Kansas City 19. Dallas Clark Tampa Bay @ Atlanta 20. Vernon Davis San Francisco vs. Arizona No use believing he'll do something in the last game of the regular season.